Register Now for 2011 Nightclub & Bar Show & Save

Registration is now open at for the 2011 Nightclub & Bar Convention and Trade Show in Las Vegas on March 7-9, and early birds get the savings.

Numerous attendee packages are available to suit every person and every budget, from the Super Premium Pass — the best value — to the Expo Hall Pass. The Super Premium Pass gives you access to all conference sessions, including keynotes and the exhibit hall, and includes the Club Pass — providing you free admission to featured Vegas clubs — and NCB Show parties like the 2011 Welcome Kick-Off Party, Opening Night Party, Top 100 Party and Closing Night Party. The popular Expo Hall package includes admission to keynote speakers, the exhibit hall and the Welcome Kick-Off Party, as well as a Club Pass. Attendees registering before Jan. 7 can save up to $80.

This year, the Nightclub & Bar Show offers new incentives and prizes for attendees and exhibitors. In the exhibit hall, the Main Street area will lead to the new NCB Main Stage, where the Shake it Up! Competition will be held. New on the floor are the specialty areas, which include the Boutique Brands Pavilion, the interactive Coin-op Pavilion and a new Lighting and Sound area. Also on tap is the 11th Annual DJ Spin Off with a twist: a collection of DJ talent will battle for turntable supremacy at one of the hottest parties of the year.

What’s more, the debut of the Nightclub & Bar Sports Bar Marketing Conference will provide owners and operators with information on how to develop and execute promotions and programs tied to sports programming. This new event will take place March 7-8.

So go to, and learn more about the Nightclub & Bar Show events, speakers, forums and exhibitor info. We can’t wait to see you at the Show!


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